The Epistle to the Colossians is probably one of two circular letters written about the same time, the other being the Epistle to the Ephesians (Col. 4: 16). Paul wrote it from prison (4:3 & 18; Philemon 1:9) but which one? Was it Caesarea, Ephesus or Rome? The case for Caesarea is not strong. There is no clear evidence of an Ephesian imprisonment so Paulâ€™s first imprisonment in Rome seems to fit better with the available evidence. Colosse was the least important of any city to receive a letter from Paul. However it is good to observe that Colosse was not too out of the way or too insignificant. God had something to say to them; God was watching over his flock. Each chapter ends with suggestions for further study and questions to think about and discuss.
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